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Red E Two-Tone Tan (Willumsen)
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Red E Two-Tone

Willumsen

102.90
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Weight: 120 g
Item number: 40269
Manufacturer item number: RE21DTA
Color: Tan
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The Red E, a knife that belongs in the subcompact class of folders, is a perfect combination of ergonomics and aesthetics. Designed by Mikkel Willumsen, an accomplished knifemaker from Denmark, his knives are infused with a shard of Nordic soul.

With a weight of 110g, a drop-point blade length of 70mm, and a total of 170mm, this folder is a perfect knife for anything from simple EDC tasks to demanding work in the field.

The blade is made of a 3.5mm thick Sandvik 14C steel in a Titanium Nitride coating and rigged with a reliable thumb stud for fast deployment.

The handle is made of a two-tone G10 laminate and mounted to a steel frame with an Axis Lock mechanism and a lanyard hole. The removable pocket clip is available for both right and left-hand users.

The Red E is an ideal knife for moderate outdoor tasks and EDC with a bit of a tactical look and an artistic side.
Blade length: 67 mm
Handle length: 104 mm
Total length: 164 mm
Weight: 120 g
Shipping weight: 170 g
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